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the quiet one, ringo the ringo one, and john, the conservative one. jim. >> john lennon, the voice of conservatives? it could have happened a long time friend says lennon's politics were right-leaning later in life. saying lennon was a ronald reagan fan and loved arguing with his friends. his politics fell left of centre. >> aha!. we got a beatle. >> that's why i'm giving a tip of my lat to closet republican john lennon. >> (cheers and applause) >> folks, this claim is rock solid. after all it comes from a guy who works for lennon for over a year based on a single conversation with lennon 31 years ago where lennon said he might vote for reagan instead of carter. folks, i cannot wait to rub this in the face of all those peaknik hippies who have been singing lennon songs in their anarchist pan sexual pot smoking drum circle. because conservative values run throughout lennon's song. lucy in the sky with diamonds was just a coded message secretly endorsing supply-side economics because sooner or later lucy's sky diamonds would trickle down. (laughter) >> and obviously when john sang i
and a new way you could help wounded service people. finally, imagine -- john lennon, a reagan democrat? that's what his one-time personal assistant recalls. check out the "sideshow" tonight. we start with the economy. senator richard durbin, democrat from illinois and senate majority whip. thank you for coming on "hardball" tonight. new york senator chuck schumer on the republican's motivation. listen to him first. >> we need to start asking ourselves an uncomfortable question. are republicans slowing down the recovery on purpose for political gain in 2012? and now it's becoming clear that insisting on a slash and burn approach may be part of this plan. it has a double benefit for republicans. it's ideologically tidy and it undermines economic recovery, which they think only helps them in 2012. if the public comes to believe that republicans are deliberately sabotaging the economy, it will backfire politically. >> senator durbin, your view on that charge. is it true? >> i can tell you senator mish mcconnell started the session with a clear pronouncement. his highest priority, making su
@noticiero univise co culpar a neoyorquinos por asesinato de john lennon tampoco se puede culpar a guatemalteco. >> fue trasladado a la argentino por un aviÓn mexicano. >> fue muy querido y admirado en mÉxico y realmente para el pueblo mexicano, para el gobierno es un motivo de duelo. >> el duelo nacional aÚn continÚa en guatemala y sobrevivientes e implicados en este terrible asesinato se encuentran bajo custodia policÍaca. >> ha trascendido que la orden para iniciar contra el ataque no se dio de guatemala sino de otro ionh@univh@noticiero univisioiv univisiÓn. >> ex miembro de uerpo eliteunh participado en brutales masacres de rÍo negro a principios de la guatemaltecos.ero univisionh@h@@ >> las secciones a investigaciÓ@ conside h@noticiero univisionh@h@univis generado controversias. >>univis fueh@ injus rubioh@not narcoticierivisioh@ mexicana. univisionh@ peÑaloza es isionh@ >> estamos acuerdo con eso, pero tambiÉn queremos que el se tiene que reconocer que los problemas que hubo hace muchos aÑos con su familia existen hoy en este dÍa en otro estado, en nuestra naciÓn y que no se
committing five errors in game one, they had to come out sharper tonight against the braves. sean lennon was on the mound against tommy hanson who has not lost his last six starts. we knew it would be a big matchup at turner field tonight. wilson ramos flies to deep right-center. take a look. it bounces over the wall for a ground rule double. later in the second inning, singles up the metal his first of the season. that drives in two runs. then wilson ramos creches want to the left-center the second catcher in the franchise to hit a homerun. derek leak cents a ball out to left field. and the o's, at the bottom of the sex, decide to give him his turn. it is a solo shot and then hang on to win 6-5. rory mcilroy captured all of our hearts with his u.s. open win. but remember, he is only 22 years old and has a lot of learning to do. he is nine strokes off the leader at the british open. but he still continued at the major. the ninth hole is a before hansen. he is at even par, five strokes behind the leader. on the 12th hole, dustin johnson had a long border. he said. here is your leader. dar
davey johnson to say it's the worst nightmare. lennon got hit in the head by a line drive. no broken bones. lennon suffered a nasal contusion. nationals starting a three-game series against the rockies before the all-star break. he had a 1-0 lead in the top of the fourth when he gets carlos gonzalez swings. three batters later, ty wig gi is at the plate. this is where it happens. look out. into his face. see it again. gets his glove up. that still hurts. down to the ground. gets back up. walks right to the dugout. no broken bones. just a nasal contusion. manager davey johnson doesn't expect him to miss his next start. bottom four, nats trail 3-1. ramos delivers a souvenir to the fans out on a red porch. solo home run. eighth of the season. nats cut the lead to 3-2. here we go. rally caps on in the bottom of the ninth. nobody out. runner on first for jayson we h werth. huston street. chris iannetta. brian bixler trying to advance. rally kill it. the nats lose it 3-2 the final. >>> let's go to boston. orioles taking on the red sox. check out the body language from buck showalter. runn
organizers to perform together along with family members of john lennon. finally, actress mila kunis has accepted sergeant scott morris's to attend the marine corps ball. this is a fantastic story. apparently moore stationed in afghanistan recently posted a clip on youtube asking kunis to go with him. encouraged by recent co-star justin timberlake, kunis said i'll do it, agreeing to be the sergeant's date. >>> this comes to us from massachusetts where drivers of one new car can take off in more ways than one. the federal government has given the green light for the transition. america's first flying car to hit the roads and runways. it's a two-seat prop plane that can fly the friendly skies and transform to hit the highway as a four-wheel roadster. they're expected to roll out next year with a $250,000 price tag, giving drivers a costly option for beating traffic jams. >>> meet the future, bill. this is going to be -- >> it's the jetsons have finally come true. >> have i my silver pointy dress to put on. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>
at the london games, along with family members of john lennon and george harrison. >> and mila kunis has accepted sergeant scott moore's invitation to attend the marine corpse ball in greenville, north carolina, on november 18th. moore was stationed in afghanistan and posted a clip on youtube, asking kunis to go with him. >> encouraged by recent co-star justin timberlake via twitter, kunis replied, i'll do it, agreeing to be the sergeant's date. >> you watched the youtube clip, right? >> i did, it's great. >> he's not being serious? >> he's being a little over the top. but it's so cute, that he did that and she agreed to go. >> we'll have to hear from her afterwar afterwards. >>> this comes to us from massachusetts where drivers of one new car can take off in more ways than one. the federal government has given the green light for the transition. america's first flying car to hit the roads and runways. it's a two-seat prop plane that can fly the friendly skies and transform to hit the highway as a four-wheel roadster. they're expected to roll out next year with a $250,000 price tag, givi
partners paul mccartney and john lennon of the beatles met for the first time. all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. an alternate juror in the casey anthony trial defends the not guilty verdict. plus, an exclusive interview with the case's lead prosecutor. >>> and the road trip continues. the latest on prince william and catherine's tour of canada. now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com [ male announcer ] you don't makeby pressing a button.cken it takes a cook. we're kfc and we've got a certified cook in every restaurant freshly making the colonel's original recipe, today and every day. 11 herbs and spices, hand-breaded, hands
a neoyorquinos por asesinato de john lennon tampoco se puede culpar a guatemalteco. >> fue trasladado a la argentino por un aviÓn mexicano. >> fue muy querido y admirado en mÉxico y realmente para el pueblo mexicano, para el gobierno de mÉxico es un motivo de duelo. >> el duelo nacional aÚn continÚa en guatemala y sobrevivientes e implicados en este terrible asesinato se encuentran bajo custodia policÍaca. >> ha trascendido que la orden para iniciar contra el ataque no se dio de guatemala sino de otro paÍs centroamericano por eso las investigaciones continÚan desde ciudad maguatemala erika porras univisiÓn. >> ex miembro de un cuerpo elite militar sospechoso de haber participado en brutales masacres de rÍo negro a principios de la dÉcada de 80 la masacre en la poblaciÓn de dos r en donde mÁs de personas fueron asesinadas deberÁ responder ante tribunales guatemaltecos. >> las secciones a investigaciÓn de univisiÓn de un oscuro pasado de un cuÑado de marco rubio, conside creen que el joven senador deberÍa cambiar su postura en cuÁnto a temas de inmigraciÓn, nuestro corres
of john lennon. >> lennon was shot and killed last night. >> a big part of my time on the "today" show was the space shuttle program. >> i still can't believe that i'll be going into that shuttle. >> the space shuttle tragedy forever in our memory. >> the teacher. >> the mind reels when you stop and think about all of the dramatic news stories that we've been a part of, the massacre at columbine. it was one of those interviews where within the studio, the world stopped. the world trade center. 9/11 happened on our air. we want to go live and show you a picture of the world trade center. we were broadcasting the events of that incredibly difficult morning live. this is the u.s. central command -- sitting in the middle east as war breaks out. >> all three aircraft carriers were involved in last night's attacks. >> these are stories that shape your lives. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. >> i think people will stop and remember where there were when they heard the news that osama bin laden had been killed. >> bringing that story to the american
paul lennon as his employer. paul lennon is this white businessman. the other was letters he wrote to his siblings saying that paul lennon would vouch for him to get parole. so manning from this says, and it says plainly, based on circumstantial but he believes strong evidence. so it's circumsubstantial. you don't have to believe it, and he goes on to say very clearly there is no other evidence of any same-sex encounter that malcolm had with anyone after this point. so i think it's really important to say that. manning never says malcolm was gay because gay is an identity that is, has evolved over the last half of the last century. at the time, you know, some people have a one-drop rule of gayness. [laughter] like, if you, if you look at another person of the same gender, um, automatically you're put in this box. and that's not what manning did. so i think it's important to say. and i think it's transparent. you can challenge it, and i think that's fair to raise those questions, but i think to understand how manning reasoned his conclusions is also important. >> thanks, zaheer. >>
at the london games along with family members of john lennon and george harrison. >>> and finally, actress mila kunis has accepted sergeant scott moore's invitation to attend the marine corps ball in north carolina. apparently moore was stationed in afghanistan and posted a clip on youtube to go with him. she was encouraged by justin timberlake via twitter and kunis replied, i'll do it. and now millions of men everywhere are running to their computers. >> i just posted mine. >> who did you ask out -- jessica alba. >> i won't reveal it, you'll have to google it. >> i don't know if that is service to our country. >>> stay tuned, "way too early" is next. >>> another day, another white house meeting in the slow-moving efforts to reach a deal on the debt ceiling. with president obama asking both sides, if not now, when. the question is, what more can the president do to move republicans off their no taxes under any circumstances positions. and democrats from their, hands off medicare stance. >>> meanwhile, a wild scene at the united states embassy in damascus, as mobs protest america's involvement i
lennon appears not to care for cnn. cnn unconcerned. it appears your anchor don lemon may not care very much for the antics of your network cnn. behold. even parts of canada are sinfully hot. a little warmer up here than where i'm used to, but, hell. this is nothing to joke about this. it is dangerous and, as i said, nothing to joke. >> he is the kato to my green hornet. the robin to my bat man. the dino girl to my electrowoman. i have no idea who any of these people are except for batman. >> jon: that may be the nicest way i've ever heard anyone say "who write this is (bleep)?" (laughter) but the hostage situation that appears to be don lemon's tenure at cnn reached its... do you say zenith or nader? i'm going to say both. >> one, two, three! >> oh! >> i've got to tell you, i like don lemon a lot but he's going to have to work hard to top that. cnn newsroom begins with don lemon. good morning, don. >> good morning. i don't think he's going to have to work that hard. what the heck was that? (cheers and applause). >> jon: what do you mean what the heck was that? that was ali velshi's dop
want to give a hit to john lennon, former assistant, who basically confirmed the beatles brilliance this week when he revealed that he was a fan of ronald reagan later in life and apparently having met the gipper in the '70s and thought he would be a better choice for earthquake m -- america than jimmy carter and thought he'd been a little naive earlier in his life. >> paul: you're not supposed to appropriate the beatles, that's my generation. if you have an e-mail jer.com and jer@foxnews.com. and thanks to my panel and for all of you watching, i'm paul gigot, we hope to see
hostage, for all the days that lasted. >> the shuttle exploded -- >> the death of john lennon. >> he was shot and killed at about 11:00 last night. >> a big part of my time on the "today" show was the arrival of the space shuttle program. >> i still can't believe i'm actually going to be going into that shuttle. >> space shuttle tragedy forever in our memory. >> it's a teacher. >> the mind reels when you stop and think about all of the dramatic news stories that we have been a part of. the massacre at columbine is one of those interviews within the studio, the world stopped. >> 9/11 happened on our air. >> we want to go live right now and show you a picture of the world trade center. >> we were broadcasting the events of that incredibly difficult morning live. >> this is the u.s. central command -- >> sitting in the middle east as war breaks out. >> all three aircraft carrier battle groups in the persian gulf were involved in last night's attacks in iraq. >> these are stories that shape your lives. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. >> i thin
. we're talking about john lennon and paul mccartney. they met at a liverpool church hall in 1957 where lennon's band the quarrymen was playing. >> mccartney played a few rock 'n' roll classics for the band and showed the boys how to tune their own guitars. mccartney was invited to join the quarrymen. >> and the rock 'n' roll world has never been the same since, for the better. >> we'll be right back with more "world news now." [ male announcer ] if it's true that sharks can sense even a drop of blood from a quarter of a mile away, which razor would you use? ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> this week we are taking you behind the scenes in washington, sort of a sneak peek there. yesterday we showed you the best buy store inside the pentagon. >> that's right. seems appropriate to have these stories the week of independence day, july fourth. today we're going to take you inside the west wing. it sounds pretty swanky. wait until you see where the reporters work. let's take a tour with angst's john hendren. >> reporter: there is no job in journalism more glamorous than covering the white house. welcome to my
looked at that and didn't even realize. another one of john lennon on the guitar sequence here that is a great shot, as well. >> that is one of my favorites. only recently assembled that way. and the 18-year-old kid wanted to do a great portrait of the great person and i think this fulfills his dreams. >> ringo starr on the drums. his hair flopping. this is a great, great picture. >> thank you. >> cathy, as we continue to look at these. another one here of a police officer that, this guy got bullets in his ear here to keep the sound out. when you saw these pictures for the first time, did you realize their intrinsic value? >> i realized i hit the jackpot on this. at first blush, they're just incredible photos. great composition and great use of light and memorable portraits. but what i was amazed at is that mike was 18 at the time. incredible photographer at a very early age. >> some technology had to come to bear to make these in a way that you could print them for auction, correct? >> we used a digital resource for the picture, digital files, but they were converted back to s
. ( ♪ música ) >>> el grupo 7. ( ♪ música ) >>> plan b, tony d y lennon. >>> dulce maría. ( ♪ música ) >>> y luis fonsi. ( ♪ música ) >>> fue una noche de estrenos musicales, fanny lu con un look a lo lady gaga cantó por primera vez en ttelevisión su nuevo tem "fanfarrón". y romeo santos debutó como solista. ( ♪ música ) >>> vestida con un traje de novia negro natalia gimenez nos mostró cómo será su nueva vida musical alejada de quinta estación. >>> chino y nacho y el dúo venezolano lo presentó en este escenario. rey trajo peligro. ( ♪ música ) >>> y ricky martin acompañado de wisin & yandel para usted calor c para ustuso calor con su nuevo disco "frío." y ricky martin presentó a antonio banderas. >>> muchísimas gracias porque ser joven no es tener una edad, ser joven es una manera de vivir hasta siempre >>> el cierre no pudo haber sido mejor. el dúo de la historia wisin & yandel retornaron al escenario para tremenda despedida en un "premios juventud" para la historia que bien!. >>> boten por antonio banderas. h@univisionprimer impactoh@h@prn ionlloimer i oficito
energy. >> paul: thanks, joe. colin. >> yeah, i want to give a hit to john lennon, former assistant, who basically confirmed the beatles brilliance this week when he revealed that he was a fan of ronald reagan later in life and apparently having met the gippern the '70s and thought he would be a better choice for earthquake m -- america than jimmy carter and thought he'd been a little naive earlier in his life. >> paul: you're not supposed to appropriate the beatles, that's my generation. if you have an e-mail jer.com and jer@foxnews.com. and thanks to my panel and for all of you watching, i'm paul gigot, we hope to see you here next week. on fox news watch. >> when you start to accuse fox news of being the spokesman for the republican party, and that's when it crosses the line. >> the anti-conservative organization media matter declares war against fox news and chief antagonist david brock initiating guerilla tactics, ap disrupting because for news corporation and anti-fox effort is being paid for by tax-free funding. why is the government supporting their status and why are the media i
, tourists and residents alike were struggling to cope with the heat. tracy lennon and her family were visiting from boston. >> we were going at night to make sure we did it at the heat. >> reporter: mercur hit 109 in shawnee, oklahoma. and the highest reading was 122 in washington, north carolina. >> at the wichita catalog action had no choice but to sell. >> powerful storms rolled through this afternoon. wjz has your weather forecast. bob turk and meteorologist bernadette woods has a look at what to expect tomorrow. >> they're out of here now. still bringing a lot of rain. all of that will come to the end tonight. and part of a cold front moving through. so tomorrow, start out the day warm. and as we head through the afternoon, we're going to heat up once again. but this time, heat and humidity is going to be so much slower than it has been. and we're going back into the 60s. for the rest of the five-day forecast, here's bob. >> and compared to 105, 106, that's pretty good. it will still be warm tomorrow. but lower humidity will make it feel a lot more comfortable in the afternoon. s
city. we crashed in john lennon and yoko ono's bed. >> they weren't there. >> but it's been a real mini adventure for us. >> we'll be doing our show today and then our show tomorrow, as well, here in montreal. and i don't know, we'll stay through the weekend and do it again on monday, too. >> how is the wine there, ladies? >> the wine is fantastic. food is incredible. >> what did they do in montreal to deserve you guys? i'm kidding. love you. bye-bye. >> we'll see you. >> let's get a check of the weather now from al who is out in los angeles this morning. >> wow. kathie lee could use that savannah to english diks dictionary. that's what's going on around >> outstanding stretch of weather over the next few days. this morning, temperature is very comfortable. sunshine is our forecast. high-temperature a >>> and that's your latest weather, ladies. >> gee, al, thanks. don't hurry back. just kidding. >>> canni ingcoming up next, we you the products that will make it easy to get and stay in shape this summer. of depression. and although you've been on an antidepressant for at least six weeks,
. this is a handwritten set of lyrics john lennon's own hand for the song "imagine." people who have a pretty visceral reaction to that when they come on board the truck. some folks get pretty motional over the "imagine" lyrics. >> you have and i'm not sure how long the truck is, but it's a large truck and you have memorabilia from all over the world, right? >> we took some of the most iconic and historic and really just the most fun stuff from various cafes, hotels and casinos around the world and put them all in this giant rolling museum. it's -- this impressive vehicle. it will blow your mind when you see it and we're taking it around all summer around the states and we've been showing it to folks for free. >> as you were mentioning, jimi hendrix guitar is on here? >> he played at the isle of wite festival and the show stopper for most have been michael jackson's red zippered jacket he wore for "beat it." everyone had a copy of that in their history. >> you said that was one of the biggest things, one of the other items we have here and you just have to look at these and you know where these are co
great nickname stories of trying to be like the lennon sisters enough of this dutiful singing, except i couldn't sing my part and ran up stage crying. that imprinted on my mind because i was like seven years old. michael jackson can do it hereby can't even get having seen? but anyway, i'm going in and charlie says okay now give them a typical indian greeting. so i stand up and i said charlie asked me to give you a typical indian greeting. i didn't document the the kind of creeping the indians gave the pilgrims that on the track at the time the cheyenne gave custard at little or bit torrent. so i just said hi to you in a native language. [laughter] and all stuck there because that was my big step has been able to stand in front of a group, tripping when it, no makeup and what make up the fairly stated on my face and still pull up the announced to talk. having electricity go up this morning at 2:00 is nothing compared to what i've been to in the past. >> as miss oklahoma, you're forced into the spotlight not only is it represented the state coming as we all know once were put in the spotl
to perform. there are also rumors that john lennon and george harrison could be represented by their children. >> wow. it would be good to see them back together again. >> yes. the drummer and the lead singer. >> they could electronically do the others. >> sure could. >>> out of the frying pan and into the oven. but certainly it's not that hot. it's been unpleasant outside. >> bob turk has the first warning forecast next. woman: saving for our child's college fund was getting expensive. man: yes it was. so to save some money, we taught our 5 year old how to dunk. woman: scholarship! woman: honey go get him. anncr: there's an easier way to save. get online. go to geico.com. get a quote. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> here's a live look outside right now. doesn't look as hot as it feels out there. >> the difference is the weekend is warm, but comfortable. the dew point this weekend was around 60, 62 degrees this afternoon. look at this. it's up to 72 degrees. that is a very, very moist atmosphere. and because of that, you just can't perspire to cool you down. yes,
and congress member fleming, thank you. >>> like michael jackson and john lennon, amy winehouse's record sales have skyrocketed after her death. "back in black" will reenter at number nine on the charts. the 27-year-old died in her london home of unknown causes, but toxicology reports are pending. [ female announcer ] what if your natural beauty could be flawless too? discover aveeno positively radiant tinted moisturizers with scientifically proven soy complex and natural minerals. give you sheer coverage instantly, then go on to even skin tone in four weeks. aveeno tinted moisturizers. >> announcer: this past year alone there's been a 67% spike in companies embracing the cloud-- big clouds, small ones, public, private, even hybrid. your data and apps must move easily and securely to reach many clouds, not just one. that's why the network that connects, protects, and lets your data move fearlessly through the clouds means more than ever. naturals from purina cat chow. delicious, real ingredients with no artificial flavors or preservatives. naturals from purina cat chow. share a better life. wi
a subversive novel, but then in 1857 it was lennon's favorite novel and it laid behind the russian revolution, it was one of the influences of the russian revolution. anyway, as i was saying, the play went everywhere. in america, there's so many different versions of the play. in america, the play was played in chicago in jewish, and instead of the bible, the -- it was an adaptable play. there was even a roman catholic version of the play even though harriet beecher stowe was a protestant. at first it was banned in italy because it's a protestant novel. [laughter] but then they did a little bit of tingerring, and then there was one approved by the pope that had a lot about the immac -- immaculate conception. [laughter] it's such a novel, and in paris you can go to uncle tom's candy and five restaurant items in paris named after uncle tom's characters. if you read the book, you'll get a little bit of a taste of the impact. >> there's a subway station in berlin called uncle tom's cabin. what do your students think about this book since you've taught it since 1981? >> you know, it's very, very f
of those great nickname stories, we were going to be like the lennon sisters and have all this beautiful singing, except i couldn't sing my part and ran off the stage crying. that imprinted on my mind because i was, like, 7 years old, you know? if michael jackson can do it, why can't i even get out and sing? but anyway, i'm going in and charlie says, okay, now, give them a typical indian greeting. we haven't had a miss oklahoma that's indian for a while. so i stand up, and i said -- [speaking in native tongue] charlie asked me to give you a typical indian greeting, i didn't know if he meant the kind that the dakota and cheyenne gave little customer at big horn. so i just said hi to you in my native language. [laughter] so, and i'll stop there because that was my big step on being able to stand in the front of a group dripping wet, no makeup and what makeup there was sliding down my face and still pull it together enough to talk. so having electricity go out this morning at 2:00, it was nothing compared to what i've been through in the past. [laughter] >> well, um, as miss oklahoma, um, s
this morning? you know what we're going to talk about? >> h.p. touch pad. >> and -- >> and was john lennon a republican and a fan of ronald reagan? we have people who say yes, he was. john lennon. >> that sounds great. >> thanks, stuart. coming up here on the show, in one town, the unions have such a strangle hold, police officers can retire at the age of 50 with 90% of their paycheck but our next guest managed to get elected in that city by taking on the unions. >> and forget snakes on a plane. a sleeping passenger gets stung by a scorpion! that story is ahead. inside all of us is a compass and it always points true north. toward mountains of sand. townew sights and sensations. toward the true bounty of nure so let's set our compass for traverse city and find ourselves. in the magic, and the moments of pure michigan. your trip begins at michigan.org. when someone changes lanes without warning? or when you're distracted? when you're falling aeep at the wheel? do you know how you'll react? lexus can now precisely test the most unpredictable variable in a car -- the driver. when you pursue
. >> reporter: in new york city tourist and residents alike were struggling to cope with the heat. tracy lennon and her family were visiting from boston. >> we were actually considering going to the theater at night and decided that maybe it was best to go during the day just so we could have a break from the heat. we also switched hotels so we could be in a hotel with a pool. >> reporter: though sunday saw slight relief for the northeast, the dip was not nationwide. the mercury hit 109 in shani, oklahoma, and the highest heat index reading was 122 in washington, north carolina. at the wichita cattle auction desperate farmers without enough food and water to feed their herds had no choice but to sell. and, unfortunately, the southern plains, including kansas and drought-ravaged texas will continue to see triple digit temperatures. dallas-fort worth, texas, saw its 23rd straight day of 100 plus degrees, and there's no rain in sight. >> i know the heat well, unfortunately. all right. cool off, michelle. thank you so much. joining us live from times square. >>> another look at the weather. you kno
and gangsters who came to power by illegitimate means. and one could really say the same about lennon's seizure of power. so was this really backward on our part or was this some fundamental illegitimacy of the communist regime from the start and not just some ideological and the? >> well, the fact that we were the last said something and obviously the other western powers, we sent troops in to try to put down -- i'm not an expert on the russian revolution, so there are people here who probably know more and i'm sure jay does too, but the western powers were frightened by the communist threat and we made efforts to put it down by force even and he even sent troops. but i don't think that -- wille could be that the rise and this would be an interesting -- i don't know the answer to this, the rise of gnosticism played into our recognition of fdr's recognition of the soviet union and 1934. 33, okay. yes, sir, go ahead. oh yeah, go to the other side. >> congratulations. great questions, very lucid answers. i'm hoping you could address the issues dealing with the political -- this is intended to dov
was claiming her witnesses were john lennon and moses. it started to raise suspicion. it took them a week or two to do it quick. >> it's amazing it took this long for prosecutors to find this stuff. it's not just coming from the defense attorney smearing her. this is the d.a.s office. they have the hearing today. he could be put on house arrest and free to go about the country. he'll have his passport revoked. >> wow. what do you think of that, mika? >> it's disturbing and raises issues about cases like this because obviously you can't accuse someone of something like this and destroy them. it cannot be true. how do you deal with that? have we seen her, heard from her? know her name? totally protected. it's a great controversy. it's a problem. don't know enough at this point. it will be interesting to see what happens today. >>> president obama paid tributte to departing defense secretary robert gates. he surprised him with a medal of freedom, the highest civilian honor. gates said he was humbled by the award, calling his service to the country a privilege. >> i'm deeply honored and moved
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